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Red Rash Roof Of Mouth
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I noticed a red rash on the roof of my mouth, towards the back, yesterday. Then this morning I woke up with swollen glands under my tongue. I'm scared?
See MD: See your MD to find out the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Hi I am having burning/rashes sensation on the roof of my mouth. Also I see red dots on the soft palate. Its on both hard and soft palate. Smoker?
Been taking apo-sulfatrim for four days, developed a rash on neck and weird red spots on roof of mouth, tingling all over body. What should I do?
Discontinue: Stop taking the medicine. It sounds like you may have an allergy to the medicine. If you continue taking the medicine, there is a chance that you can go into anaphylactic shock. If it is bad enough, death will soon follow. I'd call your doc and let him/her know. You may have allergy to sulfa drugs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Virus: Could be a secondary hermetic outbreak. Most people had the chicken pox as a child and have the herpes virus lying dormant in their system. A herpes outbreak in the mouth can look like little spots with a red ring around them. Give it a week to ten days and it may be gone. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Treatment depends on the cause and I regret that it is not feasible to discern the cause without examining you. Did you burn/scald the roof of your mouth? You may wish to wait it out. If it is not better in a couple of weeks, please consult a doctor in-person. ...Read more
Purplelish, redness on roof of mouth, symmetrical on both sides. Irritated by eating hard foods. Also fullness in both ears and stuffy nose in morning?
A Brief Reminder:: I'll be brief: If you really have purpleish blotches on the roof of your mouth that won't go away in, say, 1-2 weeks or are getting worse before then (check the rest of your body too) then get to a doctor and have them looked at. They could indicate a number of potential problems that would require immediate attention. Don't freak, just watch, then do. ...Read more
Oral petechiae: This could be "petechiae" which are microscopic areas of bleeding. Petechiae are usually caused by trauma, infection, bleeding abnormalities, and often get better on their own within a few weeks without treatment. If it doesn't resolve on its own then you may want to see a doctor. ...Read more
Red dots and minor bleedings in roof of mouth. Not a smoker/drinker. No Sob/fever etc. I am freaking out! HELP?!
See a doctor: This needs to be professionally evaluated and this can only be done by a doctor examining you and perhaps obtaining some further testing. Go and get this taken care of soon. Best wishes. ...Read more
Tiny red/pink bumps on roof of mouth on soft palate. These have been there for as long as I can remember but I just wonder if I should be worried?
Red soreness: There are a dozen reasons for your symptoms and only a dr can diagnose that with his own eyes! Is it possible you burned your mouth with hot pizza, etc? You could rinse and gargle with regular 3% hydrogen peroxide until you can get in to see the dr. ...Read more
Red sore spots: Have it examined by your own dentist. It could be quite a number of things- viral, from smoking, irritation, or a host of other possibilities. We can't determine that over the internet. It's like posting a question, "I have a pain in my stomach." ...Read more
I have a red spot roof of mouth just a big red circle goes away and comes back dentist don't know and don't care please help!
2nd opinion: If you feel like your dentist doesn't care then go back and ask him to refer you to someone who can answer your question. If you would rather not go back then try finding another dentist on your own for a second opinion. The good news is that this spot comes and goes away so it is probably nothing serious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer